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delivered in a supportive adult environment by dedicated staff using world-class facilities and learning technologies, providing diverse pathways to further education or employment. VALUES Learning A positive approach to lifelong learning and an understanding that all students have the capacity to gain knowledge and skills and to enjoy learning. Excellence A commitment to excellence in academic and social achievement by both staff and students. Integrity High expectations for staff and student conduct, including honesty and trustworthiness in all activities. Equity Inclusive practices to meet the diverse needs of students and to achieve the best possible outcomes for all. A workplace and learning environment that is safe and free of discrimination, abuse or exploitation. Respect Behaviour, language and actions that demonstrate a high regard for self and others. OUR PHILOSOPHY We will encourage all people to value education, learning and employment. Our efforts will focus on encouraging all clients to identify and achieve their aspirations.
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The Naja Group of Colleges Strategic Plan – Towards 2016 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1 Outstanding Student Experience Ø NGC is renowned as the place to study in the cities we opperate Ø Literacy and numeracy is a key component in all delivery and is available to all students Ø Articulation pathways are available to assist the individual’s progression to higher levels of training Ø Improve retention and completion rates for apprentices Ø Increase the number of Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma level courses offered Ø Continue to build and promote a quality apprenticeship system that is flexible and responsive to the needs of industry and apprentices Ø The quality of delivery and assessment will take into consideration the impact on broader health and social issues that improve students’ participation and retention rates Ø A customer focused approach is in place to help students exceed their expectations Ø Increase flexible and blended delivery and assessment options including Recognised Prior Learning and e-learning Ø Provide holistic student support services (include increased social component and engagement) Ø Link training to employment Ø Create vibrant and dynamic institute campus environments Key Performance Indicators Ø Overall student satisfaction Ø Graduate employment outcomes Ø Student outcomes achieved main reason for study Ø Module Load Completion Rates (MLCR) and retention rates Ø Participation and completion rates for students studying language, literacy and numeracy
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The Naja Group of Colleges Strategic Plan – Towards 2016
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